If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, let me give you a quick rundown of how it works. It’s super easy and convenient. For $20, a stylist will take your size, style preferences and profile, and, considering that information, they pick out five pieces of clothing for you to try in the privacy of your own home. If you decide that you just have to have any or all of the pieces that they send, your original $20 goes towards your purchase (WooHOO!), and if there is something you would rather not keep, well they send along a pre-addressed, pre-paid package for you to send them back. Now if you decide that you just HAVE to have everything, not only do they apply the original $20 from your fix, but they will also give you a 25% discount off your purchase as well. That’s it. So easy and convenient . . . you can’t even imagine.
So now that you know about Stitch Fix, let me tell you about my latest fix.
First up was a Calvin Heathered Open Knit Infinity Scarf. After the first knit scarf that Stitch Fix sent me, I’ve been dying to get my hands on more. This one could be my new second favorite. I love the neutral colors that go with practically everything I own, and it’s incredibly soft and comfy. This one is definitely a keeper.
The next piece that my stylist included in my box was this olive colored, Fell Ruffle Front Blouse. It’s very light and flowy. I paired it with a pair of slacks. Considering the color and how versatile it is, I decided to include it among my keepers.
Another piece included in my box this month was this navy patterned Sierra Printed Dolman Top. The material is a polyester mix which makes it very soft and flexible. It stretches at the waist to fit (which provides the illusion of a small waist . . . emphasis on illusion) and is so comfortable. This one is also in the keep it pile. I can wear it with dress pants, a skirt or jeans.
Finally, my stylist included a pair of Emer ‘X’ Print High Waisted Cropped Paint. The thing I love about Stitch Fix is that, despite having a weird body to fit (short legs and a long waist), Stitch Fix sends me pants that ACTUALLY FIT. Oh sure, the first time they sent me a pink pair of jeans 8 inches too long, but after that first pair, they have been spot on in their sizing. These were no exception. I tried them on first with a blouse that I received in my last fix.
In fact, everything is in my keep pile. That’s right! I’m keeping it all. It’s a wonderful problem to have. And I would love to share this problem with all of you. So I’m giving away a gift certificate so you can try your own fix.
All you have to do is enter below. It’s easy and, I promise you, it’s a ton of fun.
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In the meantime, I encourage you to check out Stitch Fix by clicking HERE. You can set up your own personal styling profile and find out more about this great service.
If you’d like even more chances to win your own fix, head on over to my friends Maria’s at Kindercraze and Maria at Sharing Kindergarten to enter their Stitch Fix giveaway.